Thursday host Tony Castaneda speaks about net neutrality with Nate Toth, the 2018 Vice Chair of the Madison chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
In the wake of President Trump’s declaration of support for Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, host Allen Ruff speaks with journalist and author Ali Abunimah. He is a columnist, author of books The Battle for Justice in Palestine and One Country: A Bold-Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse, and founder of The Electronic Intifada, a […]
The new “Tax Reform”, currently flying through Congress, is the “Business Communities Wish List” come true. That’s according to University of Illinois professor Richard L. Kaplan. He talks with Jan Miyasaki about specifics on how this bill is a windfall for big business and a bust for taxpayers.
The Catholic Multicultural Center on Madison’s south side provides assistance to low-income people, including meals, food pantry, showers, legal services, and more. They are holding a fundraiser for La Movida Spanish language radio (94.5FM and 1480AM) on Tuesday, December 12th, and coordinators Laura Green and Andy Russell talk about the programs and festivities.
Over 1 million votes were lost in the 2016 presidential election — not physically lost, but voters who did not vote due to new voter registration laws. Journalist Ari Berman’s latest article in Mother Jones’ Magazine “Rigged: How Voter Suppression Threw Wisconsin to Trump” talks about how confusion, misinformation, and purposeful inconvenience led to fewer […]
Lilada Gee is out for December. For today’s show, she wanted to rebroadcast a show that originally aired on Her Turn news, a WORT show of news and information by and about women. We hear The Capital Times reporter Amber Walker in conversation with educational scholar Dr. Gloria Ladsen Billings. Dr. Ladsen-Billings is Professor of […]